TROY MCALLISTER is determined to keep all the flirty, local horsewomen that frequent his ranch at a safe distance. He enjoys the attention, but a real relationship? No Way! He’s too busy overseeing his ranch, the horses, and the guests — with subtle assistance from Kitchi, a wise Native American man.
HEATHER HOLBROOK stumbles into grave danger while spending a few weeks at the Montana ranch. Why is she there? Carrying a heart-breaking, untold secret, she needs a diversion, and as a would-be novelist, she’s following an idea for a story.
Troy and Heather are surprised when intermittent sparks fly between them, but unnamed evil forces are at work. Nothing makes sense, and Heather turns up missing. The clock is ticking, mysteries must be solved, or people will die.More info →
A rancher’s ego sparks a perilous adventure.
Ride or die! That’s what Clint told himself.
Frustrated after years of inactivity due to his paralysis, Clint McAllister creates a challenge, a contest that will bring the McAllister men together again. At least that’s what he told his wife, Alice. Though the idea lifted his veil of on-going depression, it placed his sons, Trace and Troy, in great danger; it also came with a strict set of rules. Will these cowboys agree to take their dad’s challenge and ride horseback across the remote wastelands of Wyoming in the dead of winter?
Alice is furious with Clint and his foolish plan. It was almost Christmas, a bad time for such nonsense. This impossible competition had disaster written all over it, so she dreams up a secret agenda of her own that includes Hannah and Heather, her sons’ fiancés. The women head to Wyoming and prepare for the holiday. They manage to set aside their worries until too many days pass with no word from any of their men. Nothing made sense anymore. Had the covert, unspoken portion of Clint’s grand plan gone terribly wrong?
Cowboys in blizzard conditions, life-saving animals, and three women who love them all—Wyoming Sundown is a chilly adventure about a less than perfect, modern-day ranch family.More info →